About Me

How I became a custom jewelry designer

My love of jewellery began when i was 12 upon the discovery of a bead loom that I was intent on learning how to use.  Creating beaded jewellery and weaving hemp pieces became my favourite hobby and a way to express my creativity.  

I loved expressing myself through my craft, but I never imagined at the time that I would become a custom jewelry designer.

Growing up in both the United States and Ireland surrounded me with a multitude of artistic influences, and after initially studying in Information Technology, I decided to commit to my love of design and learn the art and technique of handmade fine jewellery design.  

After a core year at Cardiff Metropolitan University in Wales, I attended London Metropolitan University and obtained a BA(Hons) in Jewellery and Silversmithing.  From there I opened my first studio in New Hampshire as a custom jewelry designer and became a member of the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen in 2010.

My career as a custom jewelry designer

Over the years as a handmade jewelry designer, I have won design awards as I have endeavoured to hone my designs and improve technical skills.  In 2017 I opened my second studio in Dublin, Ireland and I now create handmade fine jewellery in both the scenic lakes region of New Hampshire and the cultural hub of Dublin.

My style has emerged from my two home countries, Ireland and the USA, combining Irish organic motifs with American modernist architectural sensibilities, as well as a love of clean lines and bright colour palettes.

My signature custom jewelry design work is made by hand in sterling silver, 14k and 18k gold.  I enjoy constructing pieces using traditional techniques while highlighting each design with contrasting textures, a sense of depth, and vibrant gemstones.

Each piece of Stephanie Robinson Jewellery is custom fabricated and made to order.  To this day my passion for creating high quality, hand crafted pieces is shown in everything I make.  I strive to construct unique fine jewelry that are truly works of art that can be enjoyed for years to come.